NICE ’STACHE: No-one is immune to the whimsy of the Humunga Stache, a rubber-ball dog toy designed to mine your canine’s innate comedic talent and prove the species’ superiority to cats once and for all. Fido will naturally go for the ball, leaving the big cartoony mustache protruding from the other end, and guaranteeing hours of Snidely Whiplash-esque fun. $14 at Annie’s Blue Ribbon General Store, 65 State Street, Boerum Hill, Brooklyn; 718-522-9848.
BONANZA: This is big: Starting today, at the 10-year anniversary warehouse sale of Antiqueria Tribeca, you’ll find a trove of gorgeous art deco furniture-- lots of French pieces (armoires, dining tables, seating) from the 1930s/1940s – plus Murano glass lighting and an assortment of other goodies, all at 70 percent off their original process. Your biggest problem may be finding room in your apartment. November 5-8, 129 Duane Street.
MO’ MONEY: Some pop artists are so brilliant, even their B sides are better than most peoples’ A sides (for those under 25, a B side as the filler on the flip side of a 45 single, which was made of pressed vinyl… oh, never mind). Morrissey falls into that category. His album “Swords” (Polydor) includes 18 such tracks – gems like “My Dearest Love” and the very Morrissey "Don't Make Fun of Daddy's Voice" -- culled from his past three studio albums. $13.49 at J&R, 23 Park Row, 212-238-9000.
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